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Advance praise for The Men of the Stacks 2012 Calendar.  See what people are saying:  “Love this!  There’s a hunk for everyone in here, from the steamy to the sweet.  Really lovely photography, despite (I assume) different photographers for each guy…”

 

…Also loving the subtle nods to librarian stereotypes, with the sweaters and the glasses, juxtaposed with surprises like tattoos, yoga, and belly laughs (looks like he’s outside the library, though, so it’s probably okay!). My only disappointment? No strategically placed book carts. :) Seriously, great idea and great execution, and a terrific cause behind it all.

Thanks for the early look, I hope it sells like hotcakes!Erin G., Chapel Hill, NC.

“It’s the library world’s sweetest secret. Between the stacks of every library there’s a gentleman librarian who’s some serious eye candy. Get the word out. Buy a copy of Men of the Stacks to spice up your very own office (and while you’re at it, why not get one for the office next door, too?).”Karen S., Denver, CO.

The Men of the Stacks is the Farah Fawcett poster for the millennial set: from now on “sexy librarian” is going to have to be considered a  gender neutral term.” Rachel J., Washington, D.C.
“Is there anything sexier than a well-read man? Book Boys—Uncensored.”Eliza B., Denver, CO.
“Goodbye cheesy pin-up muscle-men, hello the everyday men of libraries showing us their gorgeous selves. Seriously, what’s not to like? Men of the Stacks is brilliantly conceived and beautifully executed. Well done guys.”Suraya Sidhu Singh, Editor, Filament magazine, London, U.K.
“Mmmmrowr.”Deb R., Seattle, WA.
“Proceeds from The Men of the Stacks calendar go to the It Gets Better Project. Which gives me 13 good reasons to buy it.”  — Sara K.

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